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MOSCOW, April 03. /ITAR-TASS/. High-school graduates are signing up in greater numbers for the 2014 Unified State Examination in physics, chemistry and biology, head of the supervisory service for science and education Sergei Kravtsov told reporters on Thursday.
“More students have applied - 4,500 more than in 2013,” he said. The main examination season starts on May 26. Locations where the tests are set are 20% fewer than last year.